On the road to hell there was a railway line. An express train to the infernal city of Dis, crewed by furies and carrying treasure and souls to damnation. You’re going to rob it.
You’re a motley crew with mixed motives. Gunslingers, snake-handlers, homesteader widows... Desperados all.
You all have two stats, Lover and Sinner.
Use Lover to make human connections, to act with honor, to hold onto hope, to resist opportunities for vice, and for selfless acts.
Use Sinner to do dirty deeds, to act with brutality, to lie through your teeth, to resist pleas for mercy, and for selfish acts.
Will you claim your prize from the train, or be overcome, damned, or broken by the heist?
The Great Soul Train Robbery is a tabletop roleplaying game designed for one-shot gameplay with 2–6 players and 1 GM.
It's short and sweet, like the game it's most inspired by, Honey Heist. Everything you need to tell a Weird Western allegory about Desperados stealing from the Devil is contained in a two-page PDF, chock full of random tables to ensure that every car (and every play-through) is different and exciting.
When that lonesome whistle sounds, will you have the grit and the gristle to knock over the hell-bound train? Will you lose your own soul in the process?